Cyberschools: An Education Renaissance

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Clearly, all mediums of communications have their advantages and disadvantages. But the research really does show there is no significant difference in the student's ability to learn using technology-based education tools. And not just for computer-aided teaching. Long ago research into whether television was an inferior learning tool proved there is no real difference between learning from TV and learning from the traditional classroom ... it was reported time and again in research on how we learn at all levels that electronic instruction--either via teleconference or computer conference-- can be as effective as traditional classroom-based lectures and face-to-face discussion. On-line students have test scores equal to those in conventional classrooms ...

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Finding No Significant Difference
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